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If you receive Disability Income from a Long Term Disability Insurance Policy can creditors garnish the monthly income from this policy?

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The answer to your question is yes. If creditors can garnish your wages if you were working, then they can garnish the income you receive from your disability provider as well. The same procedures they would have to go through to garnish your wages from your employer, they would go through the disability company (filing court documents). Unfortunately, creditors consider any income you receive, working or not, as income.
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